While Uganda's politicians and social media are abuzz over a sensational letter reportedly written by a top security official about a high-level assassination plot, police have dutifully harassed the mainstream press in a bid to suppress the chatter.
As we count down to this year’s events, you will see posts to this blog from various organizations that are working to advance free expression worldwide and are also helping to organize World Press Freedom Day 2011 events in collaboration with the U.S. Department of State and UNESCO.
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